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DATA SPEAKS. ACRP 2014 Virtual Conference Data Powered Futures July 16, 2014. Allison French ( [email protected]). Image courtesy of KROMKRATHOG/ Freedigitalphotos.net. How we use data at AHS. Oregon Healthy Teen Survey Advisory Surveys Oregon CIS (UEP Pilot)

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Data speaks

DATA SPEAKS

ACRP 2014 Virtual ConferenceData Powered FuturesJuly 16, 2014

Allison French ([email protected])

Image courtesy of KROMKRATHOG/Freedigitalphotos.net


How we use data at ahs

How we use data at AHS

  • Oregon Healthy Teen Survey

  • Advisory Surveys

  • Oregon CIS (UEP Pilot)

  • Powerschool/PowerTeacher (athletics, grades, demographics)

  • Anecdotal

  • Formative and Summative Assessments

  • Teacher Evaluation

  • ETC. So much data!

Image courtesy of stuart miles/Freedigitalphotos.net


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AHS Redesign 2008-09 Personalization

Red Dot Activity

Student Body ~1,000

100 students were ‘unknown’

2 Counselors

Two counselors for 1,000 students!

Advisory

Class size of 20-24 students

Same students for 4 years


Ahs advisory

AHS ADVISORY

  • DATA BECOMES VERY IMPORTANT

  • Monitor PROGRESS/CHANGES

  • DO WE KNOW THE STUDENTS?

  • Post High School Planning

  • Personalized Education Plans

  • Fresh Start Counselors working with their retreat groups throughout the school year


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ADVISORY EVALUATION

Advisory Evaluation for StudentsAdvisor’s Name___________

Grade Level __________________

Please take some time and evaluate your experience in Advisory so far this year. It is important to give constructive feedback as we would really like Advisory to work for every student.

Please respond to each question below using the following scale:

1= Strongly Disagree (SD)

2= Disagree (D)

3= Agree (A)

4 = Strongly Agree (SA)

Circle the response that is closest to how you feel.

SDDASA

My Advisory is meeting my needs. 1234

My Advisory class clearly communicates

information and opportunities.1234

I am well informed about academic and

post high school opportunities.1234

I feel supported by my Advisory class.1234

My Advisor cares about me.1234

I understand the relevance of high school

as it relates to my future plans.1234

Advisory is a valuable program.1234

I value and make use of my TCB Time.1234

Suggestions for improvement: (Please be as specific as possible. You may use the back.)


My advisor cares about me

My Advisor Cares about me.

2017


I understand the relevance of high school as it relates to my future plans

I understand the relevance of high school as it relates to my future plans.


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ASHLAND HIGH SCHOOL

HOMEWORK SURVEY

Your Advisory will be given time during TCB to conduct this important survey. If you would like to access the survey from home you may do so at any time. Then, you would NOT need to do it during TCB.

To access the survey, go to this link:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZF8Y6YN

The survey is also posted on Principal Zundel’s Facebook page.

Parents received an email with a separate survey to complete.


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Photo by Allison French

Sorting food at the Ashland Food Bank


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  • Some information from surveys is invaluable.

  • A Personal connection with a student is precious and meaningful.

  • That connection also generates more ‘data.’

  • (I am biased in that I believe this to be one of the most important resources for helping our students).

  • Homeless youth, emotional health issues, physical issues, family issues, etc.

  • Utilizing data tools (ie. Powerschool) requires professional development time.

  • Academic data is another resource for helping our students – success and/or failure.

  • Data is meaningless unless you do something with the information.

What I have learned about gathering student data:


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  • For more information about Ashland High School, please check out the school website:

    www.ashland.k12.or.us

    And/or you can watch this short video:

    http://vimeo.com/74229842


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Allison French ([email protected])

  • Feel free to contact me via email for any questions that didn’t get answered today.

Photo by Allison French


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